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Apr 4, 2010 10:00am EDT
, which in my mind if you're a pr person, they handled it worse than toyota handled their recall situation, much worse than toyota handled their recall situation and farther worse characteristics. i was an altar boy, grew up in catholic schools went to catholic school, went to catholic college, am i catholic, and to me there is a ton of great, wonderful priests and bishops and i think the pope has tried to handle it in a forthright way more so than john paul did and what happened. the problem is -- and i agree with karen, the problem is it's an institutional problem. it's an institution that in my view has grown so big and so unwieldy and now only feeds itself. only serves to feed its own self and forgot about the flock, the billion people out there that are catholics, what christ's mission was 2,000 years ago which was not to create an institution based in rome that serves -- that is only there to serve the priests or serve the bishops but is to serve the flock, so at a time of easter, i believe that we have to have some serious renewal of that institution in many ways like it happened 70
Apr 25, 2010 10:30am EDT
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Apr 11, 2010 10:00am EDT
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